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13. ACROSS 11. Welsh-born Bri­tish ac­tor whose no­table roles in­clude Prince Barin in the 1980 film Flash Gor­don and James Bond in The Liv­ing Day­lights and Li­cence to Kill (6) Named af­ter the mytho­log­i­cal Greek fa­ther of Odysseus, the son of Polo­nius and the brother of Ophe­lia in Shake­speare’s Ham­let (7) Dis­cov­ered by as­tronomer As­aph Hall III in 1877, the smaller and outer of Mars’s two known moons (6) 14. Master____; com­pet­i­tive cook­ery TV se­ries with the judges Greg­gWal­lace and John Torode (4) The ____ _______; sci-fi novella by HG Wells, first pub­lished in 1895 (4,7) 16. In­for­mal term for a Queen’s (or King’s) Coun­sel; fi­bre pro­duced from a species of moth; or a coloured cover for a jockey’s skull­cap (4) Stage name of the South African­born ac­tor Solomon Joel Co­hen, re­mem­bered for his role as one of the reg­u­lar mem­bers of the Carry On team (5) 19. Va­ri­ety of teardrop-shaped In­dian flat­bread tra­di­tion­ally baked in a clay oven, served with curry dishes (4) 20. The ____ Red Line; mil­i­tary ac­tion by the Suther­land High­landers Reg­i­ment at the Bat­tle of Bal­a­clava dur­ing the Crimean War (4) Wood­cock-like skulk­ing wad­ing bird with a long, straight beak, iden­ti­fied by its drum­ming dis­play dur­ing flight (5) 25. Va­ri­ety of cheese named af­ter a

town in the Nether­lands (4) 27. Branch of ge­o­mor­phol­ogy which stud­ies and de­scribes the for­ma­tion and phys­i­cal fea­tures of moun­tains (9) 29. Per­ma­nently frozen mass such as Aust­fonna in Nor­way and Vat­na­jökull in Ice­land (3,3) Fish-eat­ing di­ur­nal bird of prey which is the only mem­ber of the fam­ily Pan­dion­idae (6) 32. In horol­ogy, a type of con­i­cal pul­ley or wheel in old watches and clocks; also a large-headed match for use in out­door, breezy con­di­tions (5) 34. Tom ________; cen­tral char­ac­ter in a se­ries of eight paint­ings by Hog­a­rth (8)

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